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ChemPubSoc Europe Newsletter Issue No. 1


Dear Chemist, dear Society Member,



You have heard of ChemPubSoc Europe (CPSE) – great, then this Newsletter brings valuable information for you. If you don't know yet who is behind CPSE then you should definitely read this Newsletter. Feedback is welcome!

Figure 1 summarizes the evolution of ChemPubSoc Europe, which today is an organization of 16 continental European Chemical Societies. All these societies which serve more than 70,000 members share the obligation to support and advance chemical sciences via publishing:
http://www.chempubsoc.eu/chempubsoc-eu.html

Figure 1

Figure 1 Evolution of ChemPubSoc Europe and its journals

All started with founding Chemistry - A European Journal. Meanwhile, arising out of 14 national chemistry society journals a collection of 10 highly reputable, innovative top quality society journals has grown plus the electronic magazine ChemViews.
This was done by joining forces with Wiley-VCH, a society publisher since it was founded and owned by chemical societies in 1921. From the start it has been the home of Angewandte Chemie, Chemische Berichte, and Liebigs Annalen.
Today in the editorial offices in Weinheim a unique group of chemists from around the world work seamlessly with representatives of the societies to provide global publishing with a local spirit. The current chairpersons of CPSE's 10 journals are:



Chemistry - A European Journal Jan-Erling Bäckvall Schweden
ChemBioChem Thomas Carell
Donald Hilvert
Barbara Imperiali
Germany
Switzerland
USA
ChemCatChem Luis Oro
Uwe Bornscheuer
Bert Weckhuysen
Spain
Germany
The Netherlands
ChemMedChem Giorgio Tarzia
Rainer Metternich
Italy
Switzerland
ChemPhysChem Christian Amatore
Michael Grätzel
Michel Orrit
France
Switzerland
The Netherlands
ChemPlusChem Matthias Driess
Michael Hocek
Nico Sommerdijk
Germany
Czech Republik
The Netherlands
ChemSusChem Matthias Beller
Gabriele Centi
Daniel G. Nocera
Germany
Italy
USA
EurJIC João Rocha Portugal
EurJOC Max Malacria France
ChemistryOpen Ramón Martínez-Máñez
Thomas Wirth
Spain
United Kingdom


Figure 2 shows Editors (appointed by the societies) and Deputy Editors of the 11 ChemPubSoc Europe Journals and Angewandte Chemie (owned by the Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker - GDCh, German Chemical Society - and supported by CPSE). All are happy to work with you and support you in publishing and communicating your work.



Figure 2 Figure 2 Karen Hindson, Marisa Spinello, Neville Compton, Haymo Ross, Lisa Abel, Guido Kemeling, Jennifer O‘Donnell, Natalia Ortúzar, Elisabeth von Roedern, Preeti Vashi, Peter Gölitz, Adrian Neal (Vera Köster, Greta Heydenrych, Anne Deveson, Michael Rowan)


Figures 3 and 4 show snapshots from the annual ChemPubSoc Europe Presidents’ Meeting in Spain and the Owners' Meeting in Warsaw (both in 2011). These meetings as well as Editorial Board Meetings are instrumental in guaranteeing the quality of the journals.



Figure 3 ChemPubSoc Europe Presidents' Meeting: Franco De Angelis, Wolfram Koch, Peter Gölitz, Luis Oro, Jon Walmsley, Steve Miron, Eva Wille, Robert Long and Christian Amatore hosted by the Royal Spanish Chemical Society (RSEQ) in Madrid, January 2011. Figure 3


Figure 4

Figure 4 ChemPubSoc Europe Owners' Meeting: Monika Silz, Jon Walmsley, Joachim Kindler, Guido Kemeling, Lene Hviid, Vera Köster, Karen Hindson, Dusan Velic, Haymo Ross, Günter Grampp, Peter Gölitz, Jaques Fastrez, Igor Tkatchenko, Eva Wille, Franco de Angelis, Greta Heydenrych, Wolfram Koch, Luis Oro, Pavel Drasar, Mario Berberan Santos and Piotr Balczewski in Warsaw, May 2011.

With best regards,




Francesco de Angelis
President for ChemSusChem,
ChemMedChem

Christian Amatore
President for ChemPhysChem
 

Wolfram Koch
President for Chemistry – A European
Journal, ChemBioChem, ChemPlusChem,
Chemistry Open

Luis Oro
President for EurJIC, EurJOC,
ChemCatChem



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Articles on this list are the most frequently cited among those published in 2009 or 2010. They have contributed the most to the journal's impact factor in 2011. The first two or three per journal are listed below. For more, simply click on the journals' "most cited articles" buttons.




Impact Factor:
5.476

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Free Functionalization of Organic Molecules by Transition-Metal-Catalyzed C(sp3)–H Activation
Rodolphe Jazzar, Julien Hitce, Alice Renaudat, Julien Sofack-Kreutzer, Olivier Baudoin

Free Applications of Multicomponent Reactions to the Synthesis of Diverse Heterocyclic Scaffolds
James D. Sunderhaus, Stephen F. Martin

Free Controlled Synthesis of Large-Area and Patterned Electrochemically Reduced Graphene Oxide Films
Ming Zhou, Yuling Wang, Yueming Zhai, Junfeng Zhai, Wen Ren, Fuan Wang, Shaojun Dong

   




Impact Factor:
3.206

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Free Molecular Designs and Syntheses of Organic Dyes for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells
Yousuke Ooyama, Yutaka Harima

Free The Assignment of Absolute Stereostructures through Quantum Chemical Circular Dichroism Calculations
Gerhard Bringmann, Torsten Bruhn, Katja Maksimenka, Yasmin Hemberger

   




Impact Factor:
2.91

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Free SambVca: A Web Application for the Calculation of the Buried Volume of N-Heterocyclic Carbene Ligands
Albert Poater, Biagio Cosenza, Andrea Correa, Simona Giudice, Francesco Ragone, Vittorio Scarano, Luigi Cavallo

Free Mono-, Bi- and Tridentate N-Heterocyclic Carbene Ligands for the Preparation of Transition-Metal-Based Homogeneous Catalysts
Rosa Corberán, Elena Mas-Marzá, Eduardo Peris

   




Impact Factor:
3.945

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Free Molecular Assembly of an Aptamer–Drug Conjugate for Targeted Drug Delivery to Tumor Cells
Yu-Fen Huang, Dihua Shangguan, Haipeng Liu, Joseph A. Phillips, Xiaoling Zhang, Yan Chen, Weihong Tan

Free Chemical Approaches to DNA Nanotechnology
Masayuki Endo, Hiroshi Sugiyama

   




Impact Factor:
3.306

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Free The Emerging Therapeutic Potential of Histone Methyltransferase and Demethylase Inhibitors
Astrid Spannhoff, Alexander-Thomas Hauser, Ralf Heinke, Wolfgang Sippl, Manfred Jung

Free Pharmacological Promiscuity: Dependence on Compound Properties and Target Specificity in a Set of Recent Roche Compounds
Jens-Uwe Peters, Patrick Schnider, Patrizio Mattei, Manfred Kansy

   




Impact Factor:
3.339

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Free Binding of DNA Nucleobases and Nucleosides with Graphene
Neenu Varghese, Umesha Mogera, Achutharao Govindaraj, Anindya Das, Prabal K. Maiti, Ajay K. Sood, C. N. R. Rao

Free Diffusion in Confined Geometries
P. Sekhar Burada, Peter Hänggi, Fabio Marchesoni, Gerhard Schmid, Peter Talkner

   




Impact Factor:
3.345

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Free Palladium-Catalyzed C3 or C4 Direct Arylation of Heteroaromatic Compounds with Aryl Halides by C–H Bond Activation
Julien Roger, Aditya L. Gottumukkala, Henri Doucet

Free The Mechanism of Water Oxidation: From Electrolysis via Homogeneous to Biological Catalysis
Holger Dau, Christian Limberg, Tobias Reier, Marcel Risch, Stefan Roggan, Peter Strasser

   




Impact Factor:
6.325

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Free Adsorbent Materials for Carbon Dioxide Capture from Large Anthropogenic Point Sources
Sunho Choi, Jeffrey H. Drese, Christopher W. Jones

Free Coming of Age: Sustainable Iron-Catalyzed Cross-Coupling Reactions
Waldemar Maximilian Czaplik, Matthias Mayer, Ján Cvengroš, Axel Jacobi von Wangelin

   




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Free E. Carter on Quantum Mechanics and the Energy Crisis
Vera Köster

Free Focus: Chemistry of a Hangover – Alcohol and its Consequences
Klaus Roth

   

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New Journals from ChemPubSoc Europe

ChemPlusChem - The first genuinely multidisciplinary journal
Free ChemPlusChem—Close Collaborations Centering on Chemistry
Neville Compton, Marisa Spiniello

Experience the benefits of this new journal for free with full access until 30th September 2012 if you register for the free trial.

   
ChemistryOPEN - The first society-owned open access chemistry journal
Free Opening Up the World of Chemistry
Ramón Martínez-Máñezille, Thomas Wirth

ChemistryOpen is a multidisciplinary, gold-road open-access, international forum for the publication of outstanding Full Papers and Communications from all areas of chemistry and related fields.




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Impact Factor:
12.730


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Free Palladium(II)-Catalyzed C–H Activation/C–C Cross-Coupling Reactions: Versatility and Practicality
Xiao Chen, Keary M. Engle, Dong-Hui Wang, Jin-Quan Yu

Free Shape-Controlled Synthesis of Metal Nanocrystals: Simple Chemistry Meets Complex Physics?
Younan Xia, Yujie Xiong, Byungkwon Lim, Sara E. Skrabalak

Free Graphene: The New Two-Dimensional Nanomaterial
C. N. R. Rao, A. K. Sood, K. S. Subrahmanyam, A. Govindaraj

Free Transition-Metal-Catalyzed Direct Arylation of (Hetero)Arenes by C–H Bond Cleavage
Lutz Ackermann, Rubén Vicente, Anant R. Kapdi

   


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